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When pruning the Hedge Trimming Guys in Cohasset, MA recommends that you disinfect the blades with 10% solution of bleach between cuts to prevent spreading diseases. Customers can reach us on for more information. Bush and shrub trimming services remove unhealthy and out of place parts of the plants. Bush and shrub trimming services promote the health of the individual plants by cutting off small parts of the plants that are unhealthy, dying, or will grow uncontrollably if they are not trimmed immediately.

Nov 11, Is It OK to Prune Bushes in the Summer? Whether you should prune bushes in the summer depends on what kind they are, how healthy they are, and if they are getting so unwieldy that they whack you.

Pruning Back an Overgrown Ficus Hedge. A ficus hedge can provide a deep green, leafy privacy screen in a few years -- but don't turn your back on maintenance or your simple hedge can quickly. For instance, some varieties of Azaleas only bloom once and the best time to prune them would be as soon as possible after they bloom. Ideally, there is only a six-week window of when pruning is appropriate.

But some of the newer varieties bloom twice and can be pruned twice (also soon after blooming). Hydrangea shrubs also have variations. Ficus Shrub Care. Although there are plenty of varieties of ficus plants, only a few are used as shrubs. Ficus benjamina and Ficus microcarpa are two such plants that tolerate excessive pruning.

How to Care for a Ficus Bush. Ficus bushes (Ficus benjamina) are also known as weeping fig shrubs, a broadleaf evergreen plant. This shrub reaches up to 50 feet tall and 30 feet wide when planted.

May 12, A general rule of thumb when deciding when to trim is: Prune bushes and shrubs that bloom in the spring right after they bloom. Prune summer or fall-blooming bushes and shrubs in the early spring, after new growth has set but before bloom or buds start to form.

This helps give the plants time to set new buds and flower again next season.